“Llamas Find Refuge at Queen Creek Facility” by Sarah J. Boggan Featured in the East Valley Tribune

2010 March 23
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“Llamas Find Refuge at Queen Creek Facility”
by Sarah J. Boggan
Featured in the East Valley Tribune

” Queen Creek residents Dave Salge and Alicia Santiago have their hands full with nine    rescued llamas in addition to four of their own, as part of the Arizona Llama Rescue, a non  -profit they founded. “A lot of older people get into llamas and alpacas and eventually they go into nursing homes or pass away” Santiago said. “A majority come from those situations…”

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